From Rescuing Frozen Embryos to Respecting the Limits of Nature: Reframing the Embryo Adoption Debate

@inproceedings{Lauritzen2007FromRF,
  title={From Rescuing Frozen Embryos to Respecting the Limits of Nature: Reframing the Embryo Adoption Debate},
  author={Paul Lauritzen},
  year={2007}
}
In 1985, Gary Trudeau and the Universal Press Syndicate agreed not to run six installments of the comic strip “Doonesbury” which parodied “The Silent Scream,” an anti-abortion film that showed ultrasound images of an abortion of a 12-weekold fetus taking place. The ultrasound images of the abortion depicted in “The Silent Scream” were accompanied by commentary from a physician–narrator, Bernard Nathanson, who had once performed abortions but had become a staunch opponent of abortion. In fact… CONTINUE READING

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